Silverlight & WPF: Sharing Skills and Code

13 03 2009

Yesterday, I have presented regarding skills and code sharing in both Silverlight and WPF during Microsoft® Malaysia’s Innovation Day at Cyberjaya’s MSC Innovation Center. By using the same elements to implement the interface which is XAML and backend code which is C#.NET or VB.NET, developers can harness and develop Rich Internet Applications in Silverlight and visually stunning desktop applications in WPF all in one go.

Twitter Sample in WPF(left) and Silverlight(right)</p>

Twitter Sample in WPF(left) and Silverlight(right)

Digg Sample in WPF(left) and Silverlight(right)

Digg Sample in WPF(left) and Silverlight(right)

In this post, I have attached 2 demos, a Twitter demo and another which is a Digg demo. Both applications have been developed both in Silverlight and WPF. Download the Twitter demo source files here (WPF | Silverlight) and the Digg demo source files here (WPF | Silverlight). Both are in C#.

As for the Powerpoint slide that I have used during the presentation, you can get it from here. (Requires Microsoft Office 2007 or the Microsoft Office 2003 plug-in to read Office XML files)

More details regarding this topic will be added soon…


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